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you into this man as steel can be fused into steel. relax relax. [music] [music] oh albert. yes doctor. is miss foster still here? yes sir she is making coffee. oh fine. may inquire how the judge is sir oh good night's rest he'll be alright. oh that's good. run down to the druggist will you? and get this sedative just in case he wakes up. yes doctor. it'll be ready for you. is he still sleeping? yes. there you are. oh thanks. it's nothing serious i hope matt? hum excellent...no i don't think so. however i have been expecting this for some time. why do you say that? one can only do so much especially one of fred's temperament. when he awakens in the morning. i suggest you pile him into his car and get him away for a couple of weeks. i am only the judges secretary not his wife. if that ring means anything you soon will be. fred can't possibly go away now. why? well with the election only a few days off. the speech at the auditorium tomorrow. now barbara you have always had your own way i suppose you will now. that's not fair matt nobody can stop fred and nobody can push him on. i am the
edad fue atropellado mientras cruzada la calle.. el vehculo no se detuvo. s.o.t. albert morales/portavoz, policía de san josé 5:32:06 right now all we have on the vehicle description so far is that it is a dark color suv, maybe a van than fled southbound on white. el portavoz de la polica dijo que hasta el momento solo saben que el vehculo era un suv o van color obscuro que huy en direccin sur sobre la white. agreg que podra tener daÑo en la parte delantera.. s.o.t. albert morales/portavoz, policía de san josé 6:32:09 according to witnesses the victim was not in a crosswalk, he was a pretty substancial distance from the crosswalk. morales aclar que segn testigos, la vctima, cuya identidad no ha sido divulgada, no iba cruzando por la via peatonal. s.o.t. albert morales/portavoz, policía de san josé 7:28:00 it was an accident, and it appears that the victim was at fault in this case. morales agreg que fue un accidente, y que parece que la culpa fue del peatn. hace dos semanas ocurri un accidente idntico en la interseccin de las calles alum rock in jackson. a pesar de que to
de marihuana con un valor en la calle de entre 100 mil y 125 mil dlares. s.o.t. albert morales/portavoz, policía de san josé 8:36:21 were seeing taking items out of the residence, it's unknown at this time what those items were. el portavoz de la polica dijo que dieron con la casa porque vecinos vieron gente salir con artculos y lo reportaron como un robo. s.o.t. salvador gómez/residente del ste de san josé 6:37:01 bueno, pues me sorprende yo nunca había visto esto aqui en la vecindad esta de aquí, y ahora ya se está mirando eso, estoy sorprendido. s.o.t. albert morales/portavoz, policía de san josé 11:51:00 officers have been told by residents that there are ties possibly to the cartels from mexico. morales dijo que vecinos le dijeron a oficiales que el cultivo est posiblemente vinculado a los carteles mexicanos de la droga. paralelamente, autoridades federales anunciaron uno de los principales decomisos de metanfetamina s en la historia de estados unidos.. 570 libras con un valor de 6 millones de dlares, 10 armas, $160 mil dlares en efectivo, y 11 arrestos fue el res
on my facebook page and i tweeted it. an image of albert einstein, so take a look at it. showing a couple sprinkles, what we call wraparound moisture on the backside of this area of low pressure. as it moves across the mountains, it fizzles out for the most part. a little action in martinsburg and frederick county. 61 degrees. there's a strong west wind at 16 miles an hour, so it feels a little cooler. we are seeing fifties across the region for the most part. 57 in manassas and frederick typified in gaithersburg at this hour. high temperatures this afternoon in the '50s through the mid- atlantic. cooler air behind the cold front. he will not feel a huge difference in temperature is between today and tomorrow despite the clearing and despite a cooler breeze coming in from the west. we are tracking a strong storm in the southwest that will be moving into the plains states tomorrow and could bring blizzard conditions to colorado to kansas and nebraska and iowa and wisconsin. rain and not snow for us. partly sunny isolated showers possible to the north and west. otherwise breezy tod
now? albert einstein. albert einstein. and albert einstein went through school. oh, he took algebra in high school and flunked. hey, don't knock it. some people pass, some people flunk. i mean he's just one of the ones that flunked, okay? don't make a deal of it. and some people get a high school diploma and some people don't, right? some can hack it, some can't. right? well, einstein couldn't hack it. that's all right. you know, you can still make it. no high school diploma, gang. and he's out there and it turned out that he met a young lady who influenced him to go back to school. so he tried going back to school. took the entrance exams and flunked. and he flunked the exam. hey, i mean he cannot-- not everybody passes everything, huh? and then he studied hard and he took the entrance exams again and passed. turned out he had trouble with the french language. you know, in europe they speak all these languages. he couldn't do the french so well. anyway, albert einstein went through school and he did go all the way and got his ph.d. got his ph.d. in physics. and about this time, he
. albert, how many people participated in that october 30th workshop, and how are you doing outreach to make sure the neighbors and neighborhoods around the development are really involved? and i know lisa pagan also mentioned the neighborhoods are really critical but i just wanted to have some sense of numbers and how you're going to get better data and include the neighborhoods more. >> thank you. we had 55 people at the first workshop. working closely with [speaker not understood] helping us with outreach, she maintains the list of community members who are involved who asked questions. we also worked with the cac and the cac drives a big turnout. i'm building that mailing list as i go because as we get a lot of comments online, we have an interactive place where people can plug into give us input and be part of our e-mail list. we're trying to go beyond e-mail. we have social networks, conventional mail, handwritten a few letters who to people who don't want to work on computers. this is helping get out to the bigger community. this is the time to work with us and it would be fa
, what would they say? >> ten informed opinions. >> yes. >> yes. >> albert. same question. >> yes, short term. >> short term. you know, my guess is a month from today it will be resolved but it will not be resolved on january 1. >> we had an election and the president said elections make a difference. they certainly make a difference in terms of who gets what job. the president has not said he's going to nominate anyone as we speak. we thought he was going to nominate susan rice although he never did. and never confirmed that he was. she had to withdraw because of benghazi incident. we had some conversation about chuck hagel as secretary of defense, president hasn't said yea or nay. we know that he likes him. when the senators were reasonably close we know that john kerry maybe the secretary of state. before we talk about them, talk about the secretary of state who has the office today. she is in washington. she did not testify because she fell and had a concussion. is this a subject of great conversation here about what's happened to hillary? opinions yes. great conversation, great conj
was descended from hanover that came over in the 18th century and when queen victoria married prince albert from germany but there is in english strain as well. the queen mother was from an english slavish scottish family. it is a mix. there is a significant german lineage. it was a problem right before world war i when the family name was very germanic and her grandfather king george five change the names of all people so they were less germanic and other names were
was on the sideline and kirk cousins led the team to win on sunday. he threw for 349 yards. albert morris also added two touchdowns. the redskins are now in a three- y for the nfc east lead with the cowboys and giants. >> london fletcher walked out on sunday, his family members had a fight break out after the game. >> brianne carter has details -- >> chaos captured on camera at the cleveland browns status as a fight involving the family of washington redskins player london fletcher broke out after the game. you can see several people wearing number 59, his number. speaking out this morning, he said his family was harassed by fans before kickoff. >> my understanding from the moment they got out of their car, they were harassed by browns fans even into the stadium and a 13-year-old cousin was hit in the face prior to the game. >> the redskins linebacker says is and was hospitalized with neck injuries but she did not suffer a heart attack as first reported. the family claims of this started in the stands. >> they were waving at my brother. one of my cousin stood on the chair and the officers said did n
that also includes alberts -- and -- >> pitcher sank greinke. >> i don't follow baseball. >> albert pujols is one of the biggest names. >>> two weeks after college football's regular season ended, the bowl season is about to kick off. 2 of the 35 bowl games tomorrow. 30 and up. >> some of the sports highlights from last night from espn. >> doug kezirian here with your "sportscenter" update. we start under the lights at madison square garden in primetime. the lakers visiting the knicks. new york undefeated at home this season. 19-1, at home, under mike woodson. first quarter, knicks, blazing hot. especially carmelo anthony. knocking down his first three from distance. then, melo, taking it to the rock. jamming over jordan hill. knicks up nine. then, flowing past kobe bryant and anton jamison for the hoop and the horn. 22 in the first quarter. that's a career-high. first quarter, scary moment for melo. fouled hard by dwight howard. injured his ankle. listed day-to-day. he finished 10 of 15 from the field. closing minutes, raymond felton, the alley-oop to tyson chandler. knicks remain perfect
recogido una pistola. s.o.t. albert morales/portavoz, policía de san josé 11:49:20 we suspect that maybe that gun was tossed there as a result of the robbery yesterday in their attempt to probably flee from the police. el portavoz de la polica dijo que sospechan que los sujetos haban desechado el arma en la casa ayer despus de cometer un robo a mano armada en otra parte de la ciudad.. por lo menos uno de los sospechosos fue detenido... s.o.t. arturo gonzález/vecino 3:12:22 estaba en mi casa cuando pasó la policía y luego cuando bajamos miramos varias patrullas. autoridades le pidieron a la primaria sanders, y otras dos escuelas cerrar de manera temporal como medida de precaucin. s.o.t. josé rosete/vecino 4:34:24 yo le dije al principal que lo que necesita el distrito es una o dos personas que les paguen, y que anden ahí vestidos de civil y que anden checando por si ven algo sospechoso, inmediatamente hablarle a la policía. s.o.t. albert morales/portavoz, policía de san josé 10:32:16 what it has done obviously, is that it's depleted all our resources in the east side.. morales agr
in. john albert is its founder. you ate timeout from cancer? >> we call it a timeout from cancer. that's what it is. >> reporter: a distraction. >> an opportunity to live. to live life. >> reporter: albert's nonprofit raises money to send families like the curtises on an all expense paid vacation. >> reporter: who qualifies for a trip like this. >> a young mom or dad with limited life and they have children under 18. that's it. any cancer, any economic group, socioeconomic group. these are families low are who are facing the imn't in loss of their mom or dad. >> reporter: john albert know this is kind of loss all too well. he created the foundation in 2006 with his wife jill as she was dying from metastatic breast cancer. >> the cruelest aspect of late-stage cancer is the emotion. jill was afraid our kids would forget her. >> reporter: forget her? >> they were seven and nine when she was diagnosed. that have's why i started the foundation. to give other young moms and dads the comfort, the relief, the joy to know that they can get back the gift of memories to their children. >> r
some of that today from peter albert but in january we will capture some of it from the next workshop. commissioner brandon asked for a presentation on the blue green way and probably best for january meeting and the december meeting has more items. >> i was responding to a call from david asking what his next step should be. >> i was the one that asked -- >> my apologize. >> i actually asked for it. >> in any event looking at december's calendar january is the better place for it and even more for december than today. >> one of the reasons to bring it forward sooner than later in light of the discussions earlier i want to make sure that the blue green way is incorporated in everything that is happening. >> and david has a terrific presentation to make and very timely, so having said all of that. is there anything else to add to the calendar or new business in general? >> no. i think you're covered the items. okay. >> comment on new business. >> no more comments on new business. public comment in general? we do have one. john haiber. >> good evening members of the commission.
commissioners. peter albert from mta. i will talk about our approach to handling transportation and not for just this project but there is a lot of change set for the waterfront and not set within one boundary and connects neighborhoods across the boundaries. this idea is to do that and get out ahead of projects proposed and even projects we know are coming in the next months. we are talking about this one today and i am working with others and taking stock of all of the developments in the general waterfront area. the reason for this taking a step back we want to make sure that the traffic planners and the community and anyone with a vested interest in transportation take this opportunity to get out of the ahead of the environmental reviews and register community input and give us a head start in fix being the problems and identifying the issues and fixing long-term gaps and mitigation measures out of environmental review that we have the best projects working with anybody who is responsible for moving people in the bay area getting their input now so we can shape good solut
overview of the proposed project. peter albert from mta will talk about the transportation assessment that is going out in the embarcadero right now and inform the environmental review process if for this and we will discussed fiscal terms and feasibility analysis and the framework that informs that and then we will conclude with a few words from the warriors who would like to talk a little bit about what this project really means for the city and for the port, and finally we willing asking to you extend some of the deadlines in the exclusive negotiating agreement to allow us to negotiate a comprehensive term sheet which we hope to bring to you by april of next year so with that as mentioned there was a advisory committee formed for the port and from that committee there are three tracks of workshops that have begun or soon to begin. we are doing transportation workshops to talk about challenges in the south beach, mission bay neighborhood, some of which are -- due to existing conditions and ones that are potentially created by the additional activity here. we are moving forward with
question if peter albert is still here and i appreciate that we have this process going on in understanding the transportation mediation and impacts going forward and since we experienced america's cup now twice i am wondering in the interim and the mode of continuous improvement given that i think we already have some congestion that we experience on the embarcadero what are some of the steps could be taken for the neighborhood and community now rather than waiting for all the studies to be completed? i think we had findings already out of the recent experiences with fleet week and everything else and what is your department doing to change it and whether it's the traffic lights or i will throw it out -- do we take away things and create more traffic lanes and i don't know and outrageous ideas like that. >> or bike tracks. >> thank you. what we found out the opportunity to pilot has been invaluable because working with america's cup some of the data is now extraordinary. bart alone carried 250,000 more people than it typically does and the giant's celebration day and t
is open. ♪ >> we are ready to begin. welcome to unico i'm albert and i'm very pleased that today we have a number of distinguished guests joining us from the ribbon cutting ceremony, so allow me now a few moments to introduce our guests first of all please welcome san francisco mayor mr. edwin lee. [ applause ] >> >> next please welcome singer, song writer and unico cast member, quopola. [ applause ] >> we also would like to welcome the director of the san francisco zoo, miss tania peterson. >> and now, ladies and gentlemen, let's please welcome unico, ceo mr. tabashi yani. [ applause ] >> and last, but not least, please welcome unico usa chief operating officer, mr. pani... [ applause ] >> at this time, i would like to ask unico ceo, mr. yani to give us a few opening remarks. >> mr. yani please. >> good morning, everyone. yeah, i am now so much excited because of for the opening soon and also i would like to express my personal experience 45 years ago i was 18 years. i passed 15 this usa, in san francisco, is my past experience to around here. and also, i much say, i am a 49er. [ cheers
is coming up. >> albert brooks the guest tonight. our next newscast tomorrow morning at 4:30. ( band playing "late show" theme ) >> from new york, the greatest city in the world, it's the "late show" with david letterman. tonight... plus paul shaffer and the cbs orchestra.
last year of a vallejo police officer. henry albert smith junior is accused of killing this officer. he had just robbed a bank, when he shot him. that was november 17th of last year. smith is charged with murder. the arraignment was rescheduled for february 15th. prosecutors said they will decide by then whether to seek the death penalty. >>> fatal stabbing of a teenager two years ago. newark police announced the arrest of tovar and daniel la guzman of newark and daniel howard of fremont in the killing of justice. he was stabbed in broad daylight on september 15th, 2010. it happened a quarter mile from newark high school. it was retaliation for a fist fight. they were arrested monday and booked into the santa rita jail. >>> they have arrested a man on dui charges after he slammed his puck pickup truck into a building. the crash happened at 3:30 at the villa apartments near east taylor street not far from wattson park. the truck hit one room where a 8-year-old boy was sleeping and another where the truck broke a crib had half and knocked a 2-year-old girl onto the floor. >> i tried to ge
-old josh hamilton has a lot of talent and a lot of baggage. one year after they over spent to get albert pujols the angels make josh hamilton the second highest paid player in major league baseball history. his $25 million per year salary ties him with ryan howard for -- only alex rodriguez is higher. andres torres agrees to a new deal. he was traded to the mets last year by the giants for pagan but now returns to play left field. he batted .230 with three homers for the mets. and it is finals week at stanford but they are getting back to football 101. practice is every other day. they switch to a three day practice schedule. this game against wisconsin will be the first road bowl appearance in 13 years. and the seniors are making sure everybody understands the importance of finishing strong. >> that is a good thing, we have a good locker room. first class guys. wasn't too hard to keep everybody in shape. we all want the same goal. we reached one and now we have another one. we have a great locker room. >> definitely going to be an emotional game. focused. i am looking forward to this ga
rushing for albert morris. robert griffin iii, fakes handoff, keeps it himself. skins take the 14-7 lead. in the fourth, cowboys driving, down three. tony romo, picked off by rob jackson. redskins win it, 28-18, to win the nfc east and clinch a berth. i'm cassidy hubbarth with your "sportscenter" update. have great day. >>> another win? the big story of the day, the return to the sidelines of chuck pagano. he's back after fighting leukemia back into remission. >> his locker room celebration. he couldn't help being emotional, saying simply, what a day. >> thank you all for, um -- like i said before, your support. thoughts. prayers. this -- meant the world to me. >> really did. he was moved to tears on numerous occasions. next up for pagano and the colts, playoff showdown with the baltimore ravens. everybody wrote the colts off. he left after week three with the lee chemoya diagnosis. the worst record the year before. a rookie quarterback. >> he had great quote. he said it was the second best day of his wife. the first was marrying his wife. >> of course. that should be the standard answer
carried them. they have been all around the world. they opened up at the victoria and albert museum in london. that is so great. "edgown that we'v wore on sullian show," the array of colors are beautiful. they're in pretty good condition. it has been 50 years. tavis: tell me about the fashion, about the hair, the clothes. so much of the image of the supremes how to do with not just the sound but the look and you work that thing. >> we all loved glamour. we really did. we were playing dress up in our moms' clothes. a lot of people like lena horne we looked at as children and young girls and the glamour is what we wanted to do. we went to motown and what berry gordy noticed about this even though he turned down, we work the age of 16 -- were 15. they noticed how we were classy and we bought program will works -- pearls from w oolworths' on michigan avenue. we were always that way, even the cheap. i remember mrs. paul who was in the art department who said that we were like diamonds in the rough and they were there to polishes up. it was the adults and people like been a horn and or 3-
to defend socialism and marxism. albert einstein wrote for the very first issue. it can avoid getting marilyn monroe to pose for the first issue of playboy. so he was a brilliant man a few years ago, kind of the representative of the marxist academic point of view. as i . out, they have similar views to the austrians in one respect. both schools are very pessimistic about the future. in case of paul sleazy, the twilight of capitalism. it constantly rewriting that title. capitalism is about to collapse at any time. the austrians have the same thing. the bone, economic boom that we just cannot last. depression or what have you. i am a little bit more optimistic, more in the chicago school in that sense. milton friedman. can optimist and someone my. a much more than optimistic believer in our country. >> is there a contemporary milton friedman or liberal? >> well, that's a good question. certainly peter puts himself out as a modern-day austrian. he is probably one of the more popular among but he is a finance guy, not really an academic. from the chicago school, of course, there would be
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. albert morris has been running like an experienced veteran. he is 104 yards short of breaking the single season running records. those watching closely are not surprised by the numbers. >> he has done such a great job and the numbers speak for themselves. but, you know, he's going to be successful for a long time. i think people appreciate what he's done and how well he's helped our offense. you got to have a back like him the to separate yourself, you know, from the rest of the pack and he is playing at a very high level. >> he runs hard. we always said it looks like he is playing pee-wee football out there. he never goes down and that's just the way he runs. he takes care a of his body and he can have 20 to 25 carries a game. we are proud of him and the way he is running. >> cowboys-redskins will be here on nbc 4. it starts with redskins showdown. stay here for the game and redskins final. >>> jeno smith has been outstanding for west virginia throwing for 40 touchdowns and six interceptions this season. but he met up with a top quarterback from syracuse. pinstripe bowl taking place at
-36 hours. look over the eastern third of the nation, buffalo, lexington 24 degrees. prince albert 22 below zero. that is the cold air on its way over the next couple of days. by wednesday, this charge of arctic air will come across the lakes and be over the state as we go in to wednesday and thursday. we will show you that in the seven-day forecast. clouds this showers will develop over southern maryland. we will go 43 degrees for the 2- degree guarantee turning cloudy. 32 for the overnight. midnight 35 degrees. 43 for new years day. 37 wednesday. look how chilly thursday, 34, overnight lows in to the 20s, 35 on friday, saturday in to the weekend, temperatures in to the 30s to and 40 degrees. talking about the forecast in a little bit. >>> going to have to bundle up if you are watching the fireworks. cold one, if you are traveling on 95, no delays in howard county, it's going to take you 12 minutes to travel elk ridge to downtown baltimore. everything will remain in great shape through the fort mc henry and the harbor tunnel. traveling on the west side, here is what it looks like at libert
and roll hall of fame, albert king donna summer. peters who are albert king. >> one hand clapping? >> rush. randy newman. >> bill: this is it. >> and heart >> peter: that is a weird list >> bill: the weirdest list of all >> peter: rush and heart. nobody else on there belongs. maybe donna summers. she is disco. i can see people making the argument because bert king is one of the greatest blues guitarists muchof all time. nothing was born out of disco. i don't think donna summers should be >> bill: what was born out of public enemy? ♪ now look i am not the world's expert on rock and roll. >> you know chuck b. this is chuck b >> bill: that ain't rock and roll. >> peter: you are right. public enemy is one of my favorite bands of all times. i love public enemy. i don't think they belong in the rock and roll hall of fame >> bill: i am never going back to that museum. yes go in the first place. back when we were in akron, ohio, and you and my boyfriend woody >> peter: we went and saw the rock and roll hall of fame. it's a great museum. it
can spend time with your friends and family. >> merry christmas. >>> coming up, albert brooks joins us in a moment. don't go away. [ cheers and applause ] >>> turning 40 is a smile stone in life that some celebrate. and others tolerate. and others have complete breakdowns over it. "this is 40" is about a couple that do all three. and they do it with the help of a fantastic cast, including the one and only albert brooks. he joins us right now. hello, sir. >> hello, lara. >> what attracted you to "this is 40"? >> i play paul rudd's father. who had in vitro with an older woman. he had triplets. and basically, he needs his son to be his father. these stories where the father becomes the child, they intrigue me. >> i want to show a clip here. john lithgow, the great john lithg lithgow. >> he plays leslie mann's father. he's a successful spinal surgeon. and i'm a curtain salesman out of business. and i'm just jealous of his income. >> take a look, everybody. >> you operate every day? multiple times a day? >> three, four times. >> what's the price range? if i wanted to -- >> i'd rather not sa
to connect the arm without brain surgery. 57-year-old johnny matheny lost his arm to cancer. dr. albert chi, from johns hopkins hospital, found the nerves that used to go to johnny's hand and moved them to healthy muscles in his remaining limb. >> albert chi: now, elbow extension. >> pelley: sensors on his skin pick up the brain's signals from the nerves and use those signals to control the robotic arm. >> johnny matheny: come here, i want to see you. >> pelley: so even though the limb is missing, the brain still sends the signals as if the limb was still there? >> chi: correct. >> pelley: johnny, it feels in... in your mind like your hand is... is there again? >> chi: yes. >> pelley: as if your arm had never been lost? >> matheny: correct. >> pelley: unlike jan, the connection for johnny runs both ways. sensors in the fingers send signals back so he can feel what he's touching. okay, i'm holding the object and you can close on it. to see how well, we put him to the test. hard or soft? >> matheny: soft. >> pelley: correct. very good. now, let's try again. i'm holding the object. hard or sof
are going to be regarding the future of this site. i'd just like to invoke a quote by albert einstein that given about the importance of defining the problem. so, with given -- if his life depended on a single decision, he only had one hour, he would devote 55 minutes defining that problem. i think that's just a commitment that we must commit to perform and exercise due diligence to this site. again, the resolution does not change the status quo at sharp park golf course nor does it plan for or modify any land activity on sharp park. this is a procedural resolution to make sure the department makes good on its promise to the public and policy makers. thank you very much. >> thank you. next speaker. >>> good afternoon, supervisors. my name is stan [speaker not understood]. i'm a long-time resident of pacifica. i'd like to urge you to bring the comment section to a close preferably by next week so we can get along with finishing with the plan. i ask you to please vote to the resolution to remove sharp park golf course from the plan. it is a sticking point to the approval of a natural ar
you for that presentation, mr. albert. very much appreciate it. the plan seems like solid in many ways but in the linchpin to all of this is muni. i'm hopeful to have a great water taxi system even better, better and berry ferry system. hopefully the cpuc won't kill off the uber and other kinds of innovative car sharing services and we'll be able to have that and better biking and pedestrian. really at the heart of this is muni. and i guess my question for you is putting aside sort of the grand planning and vision, what level of confidence do you have by the time this arena opens, muni is actually going to do what it needs to do to invest in a system and expand the system and be able to actually service this? because this is a lot of [speaker not understood]. i'm very supportive of this project. i think it could be a really, really great thing for san francisco. but i do have concerns about whether muni will actually be able to in a very tangible way invest in the system, make it more reliable and expand the system to allow this to work. i mean, we've seen, for example, in terms of mun
angel support plane fat albert. there are no aerobatics. the pilot said it is in keeping of show casing the nave yemarines. >> we get to go all over the world and help people out. it is special to come to our back yard and our neighborhoods and do the same thing for our folks . bringing toys to kids can't get better than that. >> the aircraft is the military equivalent of santa's sleigh. these toys are heading to new jersey to lift of the spirits of chdren affected by hurricane sandy. >> i like the military and everything. it was awesome meeting everybody and talking to everybody and also getting the presents. >> his father is a volunteer firefighter and helped perform rescue while his own home was taking on water. >> i would rather be giving and helping than receiving. it is nice to know that there is much love and appreciation for everybody. >> in addition to helping families, toys for tots is assisting the charities. at a time when they can't think of toys when they are focusing on basics of food and water. >> families want to have a holiday eep though they are in hotel rooms and cou
will join next year's rush. albert king, singer randy newman and queen of disco donna summer who passed way this year will be inducted in the hall of fame in april. >>> coming up, a preview of the star-studded concert to benefit the victims of hurricane sandy. this is the "morning news." you'll have to remind your family they can use less. it's made with extra cushions that are soft and more absorbent. plus you can use four times less. charmin ultra soft. i get congested. but now, with zyrtec-d®, i have the proven allergy relief of zyrtec®, plus a powerful decongestant. zyrtec-d® lets me breath freer, so i can love the air. [ male announcer ] zyrtec-d®. behind the pharmacy counter. no prescription needed. [ male announcer ] zyrtec-d®. behind the pharmacy counter. have led to an increase intands clinical depression. drug and alcohol abuse is up. and those dealing with grief don't have access to the professional help they need. when you see these issues, do you want to walk away or step up? with a degree in the field of counseling or psychology from capella university, you'll have the kn
valuable player and a 5-time all-star. he will join a lineup that includes mike trout and albert pujols. nfl playoff expansion vote, it is almost here, the forty-niners and new england. each and every week we can only try to get better. there are a lot of playoff season opportunities. >> it will be great for what we're capable of. >> kaepernick can be handled tom brady? that'll be something on the sunday. and we did have some disturbing. she called five different times. and violently upset that i said coming up, my wife are you ready to go " to grow ". >> it is a term of endearment, ready to go " girl ". >> she was extremely upset. and she would like to give me some lessons on how to treat women. and i do not think that the way that he treats his like. >> there were five calls. >> it is a difficult kron 4 audience member but i guess it hurt my feelings. i will be calling her back. >> i called everybody back. and i would say that do you know what my wife has gone through? she would just practically begged me to call her girl.. and i will make myself sound good. even >>catherine: that par
and alcohol addiction. last year they handed albert pujols a ten-year $240 million deal. >>> cincinnati bengals are pushing to make the playoffs for just the fourth time since 1990. the philadelphia eagles are staggering to the end of the season. nothing seems to be going right for philly this year. one of the bengals' helmets got stuck on a face mask. eagles leading the bengals in the second half, and then the wheels come off. an andy dalton touchdown run. cincinnati gets the brown fumbles the ball, and the eagles brings back a score. cincinnati rips off 24 straight points to win this one, 34-13. >>> in the nba the red-hot knicks beat the ice cold lakers in new york city. carmelo anthony dominating in the first half, scores 22 points in the first quarter and 30 in his first 23 minutes of action, and then this happens. take a look. melo takes a hard foul going to the rim. he injuries his ankle, would not come back. by that point, the knicks were up big. they go on to win it, 116-107. >>> the feds are weighing in on the nhl at the highest level. president obama even had a message for bot
will not blow up the world. john: even know about -- albert einstein. >> i thought he proved the theory of relativity. >> he was brilliant. >> = mcs glared? >> not qui einstein. he owned it and tried to prove it eight times and he even wrote that in the footnotes. let's go on anyway. his colleagues in new this. he covered every other thing in science but he left out the equals mc squared out. that shows you how he felt. >> i don't think we john: do you cheat? ever? never? you lied to be polite. maybe you take home the pens from work. maybe not petty cash. wheris the line? intuition tells us when the risk of being caught or the severity of punishment exceeds the benefit. the honest truth about dishonesty and a psychology professor at duke? >> it is just a small part of it. on one hand we want to be worth sells us on this. how could you do both? you can cheat and steal but for example, taking peils from work? but money feels like stealing. >> expense reports? is a little easier. >> if you take the ball to move it 4 inches is a no-no. >> what is the psychological rationale? >> it was not m
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